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Here, HHOi refers to an ionic, gaseous molecule of water, probably in linear form, which enables it to be gaseous at room temperature.

This page is a directory relating to technologies and resources for running a car on water by ducting HHOi gas under pressure into the fuel rail. The electrolysis for the HHOi is done in a closed-loop manner, meaning that the electricity for the electrolyzer comes from the alternator from the engine. The excess energy is theorized to come from a combination of zero point energy and solar ionization of particulates in the air that his used to pressurize the HHOi gas.

Contents

Overviews

Freddy's Cell being the First

See Directory: Hydrogen Hog by Future Energy Concepts, Inc. - open source project

Replications of the Effect

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Mr2tuff

  • Featured: Water as Fuel > HHOi > Freddy's Cell >
    Mr2tuff's Replica of Freddy's 100% HHOi - "I plan to run a large 20 Kw Generator and disconnect my house from the power company. All for less than $500.00. Zero carbon foot print and Big Oil can kiss it. Knowledge is the True Power not money. 75% of this planet is salt water and that's the big secret." (PESN; Nov. 11, 2010)
Unfortunately, as of early May 2011, the video featured in the PES News story has been inexplicably taken down from YouTube by the user Mr2tuff. Googling the title indicates that he re-uploaded it under a new video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep9__2eNa_o Probably saving these videos might be a good idea if Mr2tuff should take them down again at will?

Rick from Utah

Theories

  • Closed-Loop Water Fuel Cell - Moray B. King proposes a design that could take advantage of the purported electrolysis overunity systems. His scheme would be a self-running system with a mechanism of extracting the excess energy for practical use.
  • Common Duct Electrolytic Oxy - Hydrogen - aka Brown's Gas, hydroxy, green gas, di-hydroxy, watergas. Updated paper by William A. Rhodes, Ph.D., inventor of Oxy-Hydrogen. Rhodes lays his claim as the inventor of the process.
  • Electrically Expanded Water - George Wiseman presents his theory for the unusual properties of what he calls Brown's Gas, replacing his former theory of monoatomic oxygen and hydrogen. Describes the formation of a plane of bubbles forming between the plates. "When the electricity (in the Brown's Gas) is released by the 'flame,' it comes out as electricity and the water 'implodes' to it's original liquid form, with no heat and no expansion first. That's also why the flame is 'cool' yet has high energy effects."
  • Chris Eckman's PowerPoint Presentation on Brown's Gas Technology - Given July 31, 2009 at the ExtraOrdinary Technology conference in Albuquerque New Mexico, USA. He postulates that the gas is a function of a high-energy-state form of water that moves it from a dipole configuration to a linear configuration with two extra electrons, which then interact electrically with the substrate, resulting in the very unusual effects observed, such as sublimating Tungsten while not burning your hand if you wave the torch across it.
  • HYDROXY - Todd Knudtson, another stellar researcher and inventor, offers a scientific explanation of the gas behaviors.
  • Water as a Fuel – Brown’s Gas (47 kB; doc) - The technology of producing a stoichiometric gas from an advanced alkaline electrolysis process as developed by Yull Brown has many clean and efficient applications, especially for heating, cooling, clean water production, water as an engine fuel and energy storage. (Andrew Michrowski; Proceedings International Hydrogen Energy Congress and Exhibition IHEC; 2005; Istanbul, Turkey, 13-15 July 2005)

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